Hybrid Energy to Drive Renewable Energy Diversity in Bibliometric Analysis

Sri Sarjana, Joko Rizkie Widokarti, Helman Fachri, Diaz Pranita

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Abstract

Hybrid energy is a combination of two or more energy sources, some of which can be sourced from several renewable energies combined, or combined with fossil energy. Renewable energy diversity is implemented through the development of hybrid energy in order to obtain new energy sources that are more effective and efficient. Bibliometric analysis is directed to analyze topics that have novelty according to the time period of publication based on qualitative methods. Analysis of scientific literature sourced from scientific journals published in the last 10 years with the topic of hybrid energy. The results of study stated that several topics that had novelty were obtained to be used in the development of further knowledge and technology, especially in the development of hybrid energy including energy density, renewable energy system, supercapacitor, storage system, algorithm, electric vehicle, and energy system. The development of hybrid energy is very important to be followed up in order to get more comprehensive source of energy diversity and has full support for development of green technology that has relevance in sustainable development.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)500-506
Number of pages7
JournalInternational Journal of Energy Economics and Policy
Volume12
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jan 2022

Keywords

  • Bibliometric Analysis
  • Green Technology
  • Hybrid Energy
  • Knowledge Development
  • Renewable Energy

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